Monday, December 10, 2007

Christmas Letter Interrupted

Merry Christmas Friends,

As another year comes to an end, we are struck by how much life changes so fast. Belle will be four years old in one short month. She is no longer a baby or a toddler. She is a preschooler, and a very happy preschooler at that. She loves going to her class and being with her friends. Friends she has made on her own accord. It’s amazing to watch her venture out on her own and experience life beyond her parents.

Ariel too has undergone so many changes. She is at that adorable two-year-old stage where her sentence structure is amusing and her voice is so sweet. She still needs her pacifier and blankies for comfort, and to be honest, I am not ready for her to give those things up. As long as she clings to these…..


We interrupt Mommy's attempt to write a Christmas with the following announcement:

Ariel has something stuck up her nose. Ariel is crying and all attempts to remove this object from her nose have failed. Daddy must rush Ariel to the Doctors office while Mommy stays home and worries about Ariel’s nose. Mommy’s attempt to write a Christmas Letter will resume when Ariel’s nose is cleared of all foreign objects.

Thank you for tuning in to today’s “Memories and Musings of a Mommy”, we hope to return to our regularly scheduled posting tomorrow.

6 comments:

Rachel said...

Yikes! Hope all is well with her nose. Sheesh.
can'wait to hear the rest of your yearly letter!!!

toddlerdaddy.com said...

This is one of those situations where I want to act all concerned and querying about the childs welfare, but to be honest I also want to burst out giggling.
It is one of those things that I always get in trouble for at home - laughing at the wrong time.
I am constantly told that no matter how hilarious something may seem with hindsight, it is NOT funny while it is actually happening

lattemommy said...

Oh dear! I will never understand why kids stick stuff up their noses. I really hope it comes out easily at the doctor's office. I'd hate to see her get an anaesthetic just to have something taken out of her nose...

Let us know how it works out! I'll be thinking of you!

Fine For Now said...

Can't wait to hear the rest of your letter, sounds great so far!

Kellan said...

What was in her nose?? Once when my nephew was little he stuffed a piece of nurf ball up his nose and my sister didn't realize it was there until she started noticing an awful smell. Kids do the wierdest things. Hope your daughter was okay! See you soon. Kellan

themommykelly said...

I once got a band-aid stuck up my nose as a kid!

Hope Ariel is doing ok.